About the PRC
The Population Research Center is an interdisciplinary research unit of the University of Texas at Austin that provides support for population-related research projects at UT. Faculty researchers come from departments all across campus. Our researchers' projects focus primarily on health disparities, parenting, partnering and human development, educational inequality and opportunity, and socioeconomic inequality and work.
Watch PRC Brown Bags
Many of the PRC Brown Bag Seminar presentations from Spring 2010 onward are available for viewing. Watch Brown Bag Presentations.
Angela Duckworth and PRC Researcher David Yeager urge caution in using measures of students' non-cognitive development for accountability in education
David Yeager and co-author Angela Duckworth report in a new article in Education Researcher on the ways in which non-cognitive measures developed for psychological research can be misapplied in educational policy and practice
The Awards Committee of the ASA Section on Disability and Society has chosen Dr. Shifrer's paper as the 2015 Outstanding Publication in the Sociology of Disability
Through this research Dr. Shapira will provide insight into the growing phenomenon of Americans carrying firearms for self-defense and associated acts of violence
Project will investigate how employer preferences shape distribution of opportunities to minorities and females.
The IUSSP Council will establish a panel on Youth and Intergenerational Relations in Developing Countries to run through December 2018